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Improve voting system, PKR leaders told

23 August 2014

SHAH ALAM: Several Wanita PKR delegates have expressed their disappointment over the recent party poll, saying the voting system was faulty and urging the leadership to fix the problem.

How to help those who are grieving

23 August 2014

PETALING JAYA: Radio stations paid tribute to those who perished on MH17, with Red FM talking to a psychologist on how best to approach those who are grieving.

Grandma tries to keep calm among crowd

23 August 2014

KUCHING: Alone, Jamillah Noriah Abang Anuar cries in grief over her loss of six family members in the MH17 tragedy.

Mum inconsolable as hundreds pay last respects

23 August 2014

IPOH: It was a heart-wrenching sight to see the mother of air stewardess Chong Yee Pheng as she arrived at their home in First Garden here with the hearse carrying the remains of her youngest daughter.

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Man dies after winning lottery

23 August 2014

A 62-YEAR-OLD noodle stall helper at a hawker centre in Bukit Cina, Malacca, collapsed and died shortly after realising he had won the second prize in a lottery, reported China Press.

Engineer phones for help after being run over by train

23 August 2014

A 24-year-old software engineer in Bangalore managed to call an ambulance on his handphone to get to the hospital after he was run over by a train, reported Makkal Osai.

Homeless family living in a Perodua Kancil

23 August 2014

HOME for a single mother and her two daughters in Malacca over the past two weeks has been their trustworthy Perodua Kancil after they were forced out of their house because she could no longer afford the rent, reported Harian Metro.

Youth chief off to a tough start

23 August 2014

SHAH ALAM: Newly-elected PKR Youth chief Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad got off to a difficult start when committee members unhappy with his election staged a protest walk-out at the wing’s congress.

Another man charged with insulting cop

23 August 2014

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Another man has been charged with hurling obscenities at a policeman.

Moderates need to speak up more, says GMM

23 August 2014

PETALING JAYA: Reasonable Malaysians need to shape public discourse on policies and issues, says Global Movement of Moderates (GMM) chief executive officer Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.

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Man dies after winning lottery

23 August 2014

A 62-YEAR-OLD noodle stall helper at a hawker centre in Bukit Cina, Malacca, collapsed and died shortly after realising he had won the second prize in a lottery, reported China Press.

Homeless family living in a Perodua Kancil

23 August 2014

HOME for a single mother and her two daughters in Malacca over the past two weeks has been their trustworthy Perodua Kancil after they were forced out of their house because she could no longer afford the rent, reported Harian Metro.

Engineer phones for help after being run over by train

23 August 2014

A 24-year-old software engineer in Bangalore managed to call an ambulance on his handphone to get to the hospital after he was run over by a train, reported Makkal Osai.

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  2. MH17 day of mourning: Plane bearing remains touches down in KL
  3. MH17: Day of mourning photo gallery
  4. MH17 day of mourning: White hearses arrive at KLIA
  5. Full military ceremony to accompany arrival of 20 Malaysians’ remains
  6. MH17: Special flight with victims' remains leaves Amsterdam
  7. MH17: Names of 20 Malaysian victims announced
  8. MH17: Malaysia ready to receive remains with final rehearsal
  9. A father’s enduring love
  10. A minute’s silence on Friday morning

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